December 28, 2020

A large group of people stand together holding signs that read "Support Indigenous human rights, pass Bill c-262

Walk Humbly: Seeking Indigenous Rights in Contested Paths

The Declaration was crafted by Indigenous peoples and representatives of nation-states over 25 years. It affirms the inherent rights of Indigenous peoples; rights that are “the minimum standards for the survival, dignity, and well-being of the Indigenous peoples of the world”

Borderlands: Couldn’t Have Done It Without Them

A refugee services coordinator in New Orleans stated emphatically, “We couldn’t have done it without them.”  Undocumented Latino workers were among the “first responders” after

Borderlands: Proposals for Humane Immigration Reform

CPT’s Borderlands Witness team offered the following reflections to help inform the current immigration debate. OBSERVATIONS: •    Current policy has failed.  It has not stemmed

Hebron: A Level Playing Field?

by Jan Benvie Last February CPT helped establish a youth soccer team in Hebron in partnership with a Palestinian NGO and CPT’s neighbor, Zleekha Muhtaseb

Hebron: Harvest of Harassement

by Esther Kern and Diane Roe Every Friday CPTers join Palestinians, Israelis and other international peace activists to harvest stalks of golden hay by hand

Back to Iraq

A team of four CPTers including Anita David (Chicago, IL), Peggy Gish (Athens, OH), Cliff Kindy (North Manchester, IN), and Michele Naar-Obed (Duluth, MN) will

Colombia: Feet of Clay

by Heather-Laura Peters (member of CPT’s July 2007 delegation) Pastor Peter Stucky from the Teusaquillo Mennonite Church in Bogotá, offered our delegation a gift: a

Colombia: Small Miners Organize

On July 23-24, close to 80 leaders from peasant, Indigenous, and Afro-Colombian  communities around the country met in Bogotá for the First National Inter-Ethnic Meeting


In Dialogue, we highlight exchanges regarding CPT’s vision and peacemaking ministry. In this issue we glimpse a discussion among CPTers initiated by Co-Director Doug Pritchard

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